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Computer image of a mouth with porcelain dental crowns from Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates in Philadelphia, PAIf you want to restore the strength and beauty of your smile, porcelain crowns are stellar dental restoration treatments that can transform a damaged tooth back into its pristine condition while retaining its overall aesthetics.

At Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates we provide porcelain crowns that offer durable coverage over decayed or weakened teeth as well as enhance their appearance.

What Are Porcelain Crowns?

Porcelain crowns are dental restorations that are designed to cover damaged or decayed teeth. They are made from a translucent ceramic material that closely resembles natural tooth enamel in appearance and durability.

Porcelain crowns are particularly useful in cases where a tooth has suffered extensive damage or decay, as they can provide the necessary strength and protection to prevent further damage. These dental crowns are highly customizable and can be matched to the color and shape of your existing teeth so that they blend seamlessly into your smile.

What Is the Procedure of Getting Porcelain Crowns?

At Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates, our team follows the following steps for porcelain crowns.
•  During the initial consultation, our professional will examine the condition of your teeth, discuss the reason for getting dental crowns, and determine the suitability of porcelain crowns for your specific case.
•  After the consultation, our dentist will prepare the affected teeth by removing a small amount of the enamel to make room for the dental crowns.
•  An impression of your teeth will be sent to a dental laboratory to create custom porcelain crowns that fit your teeth perfectly.
•  While your permanent crowns are being made, our dentist will place temporary dental crowns over your prepared teeth to protect them and maintain their appearance.
•  Once your permanent crowns are ready, our dentist will remove the temporary dental crowns and carefully place the custom porcelain crowns on your prepared teeth, making any necessary adjustments for fit and comfort.
•  After your porcelain crowns have been placed, our dentist will schedule a follow-up visit to ensure that everything is healing properly and to make any additional adjustments if necessary.

At Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates, the process of getting porcelain crowns typically takes two to three visits, and the result is a strong, durable, and natural-looking restoration that can improve both the functionality and appearance of your teeth.

What to Do After Getting Porcelain Crowns

After getting porcelain crowns, taking good care of them is important to ensure their longevity and effectiveness. Here are some general guidelines to follow.
•  Avoid hard or sticky foods. Porcelain crowns are strong, but they can still be damaged by biting down on hard objects or sticky foods that could cause them to loosen or become dislodged.
•  Brushing twice a day and flossing once a day will help maintain the health of your teeth and gums and keep your porcelain crowns looking their best.
•  If you play sports or grind your teeth at night, wearing a custom-fitted mouthguard can help protect your porcelain crowns from damage.
•  If you notice any changes in the fit, color, or feel of your porcelain crowns, or if they become painful or sensitive, visit our clinic immediately.

Contact Kaiser, Rosen & Kurman Dental Associates today at 215-464-5600 if you'd like to get porcelain crowns.
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